Getting Started With Sendtask

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This guide will provide you with a description of how Sendtask works. By the time you finish reading, you will know how to use all the basic features from creating a task to assigning it to a team member or anyone else. Continue reading

How To Use Sendtask With Email

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In this guide, you will find out how to use Sendtask with email. We’ll go through the process one step at a time, using our friend Bob’s workflow as an example.

Bob is a busy guy. He runs several personal and work projects at any given time. In order to organize and keep track of everything, he uses sendtask.io.

Bob starts a normal day by opening his email account. He sees a number of things he needs to do or delegate to his team. Instead of transferring everything into another software and losing time, he starts clearing off tasks as new emails come in. Here’s how you can do the same:

Step 1: Start creating an email and enter your recipient’s address in the recipient field

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A Guide To Sendtask Due Dates

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This post will guide you through the different due dates you can use in Sendtask. They apply to email, Slack and in-app due date settings. We’ll use email for our example illustrations, but the formats are available in all Sendtask integrations and apps. Here’s a list of the due dates you can use:: Continue reading

Sendtask Hiring Process

We get a lot of questions about the way we hire at Sendtask. In this article, we’ll clarify for applicants and other companies how we shortlist candidates. We’ll cover our main requirements as well as each stage of the hiring process. Continue reading

Here’s Why Your To-Do List Doesn’t Work (And How To Fix It)

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Source: HubSpot

Let’s face it – we’ve all been there. Browsing for this one productivity app that will make organizing your work and personal life a breeze. Tools like Google Keep and Evernote, and all the other unicorn start-ups with high ratings and pretty design. The problem is – they somehow don’t make you any more productive. You’re still not making the progress you want to be making. Your information isn’t perfectly organized. You realize that there’s no “one app to rule them all”.

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